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4mm Kiwi Quartz Round Gemstone Bead

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SKU: SE5416
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One look at our Kiwi Quartz Round Gemstone Beads and you’ll understand how the stone got its name. The delicious green color and seed-like black specks bear an uncanny resemblance to the kiwi fruit! Use these 4mm kiwi quartz beads to create fresh jewelry designs with panache. We think they look amazing when paired with other gemstone beads or gemstone charms. These high-quality semi-precious gemstones are individually cut and drilled by hand. Shapes and details may vary slightly, lending each bead unique characteristics. Get inspired to use gemstones in your next project by exploring our Gemstone Inspiration Projects.

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SKU: SE5416

Length: 4 mm

Width: 4 mm

Depth: 4 mm

Hole Size: 0.8 mm

Product Shape: Round

Product Material: Gemstone

Gemstone Name: Kiwi Quartz

Country of Origin: China

More Info: Approx. 48 beads, AB grade, hand-cut and drilled. Gemstones will vary in color, markings, shape and size due to their organic nature.

Sold By: Approx. 8 inch strand

Have a question about this item? Email us and we'd love to help!

SKU: SE5416

Length: 4 mm

Width: 4 mm

Depth: 4 mm

Hole Size: 0.8 mm

Product Shape: Round

Product Material: Gemstone

Gemstone Name: Kiwi Quartz

Country of Origin: China

More Info: Approx. 48 beads, AB grade, hand-cut and drilled. Gemstones will vary in color, markings, shape and size due to their organic nature.

Sold By: Approx. 8 inch strand

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Pretty, but low quality

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These are pretty beads. I ordered 4 mm and wonder since they're so small if that makes it difficult to drill the holes in them. Around a lot of the holes they are damaged, but if not looking at them through a magnifying glass it's probably not noticeable? I had to use the mag glass in order to thread the string through them. That's the only reason I can think of for the damage of the stone? I'll be a little more hesitant to order that small a bead again b/c of this. Otherwise they're pretty and I'm using them, just tried to use the best ones out of the ones I got.